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PHOTOS: Lemonade Day in Kalispell

by CASEY KREIDER, Daily Inter Lake
| June 25, 2022 2:00 PM

Lemonade Day returned to Kalispell for its third year as youths were out operating lemonade stands from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, June 25 as part of an initiative of WorkForce Flathead.

The national Lemonade Day program helps youth learn about starting a business, via the one-day stands. Through guided lessons in their Lemonade Day booklet, they learn about budgeting, finance, site selection, product creation, supplies, staffing, and more.

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Greyson Greel serves up a cup of lemonade at his Jurassic Lemonaid stand as part of Lemonade Day in Kalispell on Saturday, June 25. The national Lemonade Day program helps youth learn about starting a business, via the one-day stands. Through guided lessons in their Lemonade Day booklet, they learn about budgeting, finance, site selection, product creation, supplies, staffing, and more. (Casey Kreider/Daily Inter Lake)

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Jessi, Ethan and Jonathan Mathison serve up a cup of their cherry lemonade as their younger brother Sawyer, bottom left, watches at their Galactic Lemonade/Captain Fizzy's Limonade stand as part of Lemonade Day in Kalispell on Saturday, June 25. The national Lemonade Day program helps youth learn about starting a business, via the one-day stands. Through guided lessons in their Lemonade Day booklet, they learn about budgeting, finance, site selection, product creation, supplies, staffing, and more. (Casey Kreider/Daily Inter Lake)

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Noelle and Vincent Greel serve up a cup of their lemonade at their Cup of Sunshine stand as part of Lemonade Day in Kalispell on Saturday, June 25. The national Lemonade Day program helps youth learn about starting a business, via the one-day stands. Through guided lessons in their Lemonade Day booklet, they learn about budgeting, finance, site selection, product creation, supplies, staffing, and more. (Casey Kreider/Daily Inter Lake)

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American Heritage Girls, from left, Cassia Dezell, Sarah Bott, Aria Dezell, Ezri Gibbons, Charlotte Gibbons and Elizabeth Jones operate their Lemonade for Charity stand as part of Lemonade Day in Kalispell on Saturday, June 25. The national Lemonade Day program helps youth learn about starting a business, via the one-day stands. Through guided lessons in their Lemonade Day booklet, they learn about budgeting, finance, site selection, product creation, supplies, staffing, and more. (Casey Kreider/Daily Inter Lake)

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A cup of strawberry lemonade from Ember Reed and Jaxon Bertrand's Lemonade Blast stand in Kalispell on Saturday, June 25. (Casey Kreider/Daily Inter Lake)

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Ember Reed and Jaxon Bertrands pour a cup of strawberry lemonade at their Lemonade Blast stand as part of Lemonade Day in Kalispell on Saturday, June 25. The national Lemonade Day program helps youth learn about starting a business, via the one-day stands. Through guided lessons in their Lemonade Day booklet, they learn about budgeting, finance, site selection, product creation, supplies, staffing, and more. (Casey Kreider/Daily Inter Lake)

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From left, Clara, Ethan and Logan Spratling operate their Fruity Lemonade stand as part of Lemonade Day in Kalispell on Saturday, June 25. The national Lemonade Day program helps youth learn about starting a business, via the one-day stands. Through guided lessons in their Lemonade Day booklet, they learn about budgeting, finance, site selection, product creation, supplies, staffing, and more. (Casey Kreider/Daily Inter Lake)

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Hattie DeVries serves a cup of her Tropical Explosion lemonade at her stand named A Cup of Cats as part of Lemonade Day in Kalispell on Saturday, June 25. DeVries won for Best Tasting Lemonade and her Tropical Explosion won for Most Unique Lemonade Name. The national Lemonade Day program helps youth learn about starting a business, via the one-day stands. Through guided lessons in their Lemonade Day booklet, they learn about budgeting, finance, site selection, product creation, supplies, staffing, and more. (Casey Kreider/Daily Inter Lake)

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